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Pergo Vintage Grey Oak Laminate (Modern Plank 4V)

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Product Features

Water Resistant

Water Resistant

Scratch Resistant

Suitable for Underfloor Heating

Suitable for Underfloor Heating

AC4 Rated

AC4 Rated

Click Installation

Click Installation

High Quality

High Quality

Room Suitability

Bedroom

Dining Room

Living Room

Hallway

Hallway

Conservatory

Kitchen

Product Specifications

Length:

1380mm

Thickness:

9mm

Installation Method:

Click and Tap

Width:

190mm

Box Size:

1.573m sq

Finish:

EIR (Embossed in Register)

Pergo invented the laminate floor 35 years ago. And with the introduction of Pergo Sensation, they are re-inventing it all over again because the new collection of laminate floors is nothing short of what the name suggests. Your eyes will notice the difference right away. Pergo Sensation floors do not look like any other laminate floor. Then try running your fingers across the floor boards and you’re in for a real surprise. The authentic, true-to-nature surface is made possible by an innovative technique that can reproduce deep grooves of wood to perfection. The natural look is enhanced by a brand new matt finish, that adds to the 'woodlike' feeling. The result really is a Pergo Sensation.

How to take care of the floor?

We would recommend to clean this floor with a damp mop. No abrasive chemicals are recommended.

 

How much floor should i order to ensure i have enough?

For our straight plank floors, we would recommend adding on 5% to the area you are covering to account for waste.

 

Does this floor require an underlay?

Yes, all laminate flooring require underlay. We have a number of underlay available to suit any need.

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Site Prep, Subfloor and Underlay

One of the most important stages to consider prior to laying any type of flooring installation is site prep.

Remove all furniture from the room, brush and vacuum the sub-floor.

When fitting any flooring a key factor in site preparation is ensuring the subfloor is level. Take time to look for any unevenness in the surface. This could be nails, lumps of concrete or generally anything that would obstruct the laminate from being laid perfectly flat. In some cases, levelling compound or sheets of plywood may be needed to achieve this. Also, test for dips or humps in the sub-floor using a long straight edge such as a spirit level. Place it in multiple areas of the room and get down low to look for any potential dips or humps. Anything over 2mm in a 1 metre run should be levelled out using a suitable floor levelling compound.

If you are laying onto a new concrete sub-floor, check that it is fully dried which can take anywhere from 2 - 4 months.

Most underlays are suitable to use with laminate flooring. When choosing your underlay, you may decide to go for a noise-reducing underlay, typical foam underlay or one suitable for underfloor heating.

 

 

Expansion Gaps

It is vital to leave a consistent expansion gap of 7-10mm at walls, pillars, stairs, doorways and other fixed objects or boarders in the room such as kitchen islands or fitted wardrobes. When drilling a hole for pipes, the hole should be 7-10mm larger than the pipe itself. Objects should not be fixed to a floating floor as this prevents the floor from expanding or contracting when needed.

 

 

Materials needed:

 

Tri square

Tape measure

Spirit level

Ruler

Pencil

Saw or stanley knife

7 - 10 mm spacers

Rubber mallet

Underlay

Flooring

Pencil

 

Installation Guidelines

*** These instructions are a guide only. If you are unsure about anything you should refer to the instructions provided with your materials. ***

  • Start in a corner and work left to right. The end with a shorter tongue should be placed against the wall. 7 - 10mm expansion spacers should be used along the wall to maintain a consistent gap. The gap will allow for any natural expansion in the future that comes with changing seasons. Without this gap, you may encounter some issues with your laminate floor.
  • The second board should be laid fitting the tongue and groove mechanisms together. It is always best to refer to the specific brand’s guidelines as these grooves differ between brands. Repeat this process until the end of the row.
  • In the case that the last board of the row is too long, you will need to cut this down to fit with a saw. Remember to account for the expansion spacer in this measurement. Turn the board 180 degrees in order to measure accurately and lay next to the previous board laid. After cutting, place the board down with the cut side next to the wall.
  • The typical design for laying wooden floors is to keep the ends of the boards approximately 30 cm apart. If the cut off board from the previous row is longer than 30cm, use this as the first board of the second row. The freshly cut side should always face the wall. However, if it’s too short, you can cut down another board to use instead. It is advised to keep a consistent length of 30cm between the ends of the boards in order to maintain this look.
  • In most cases, you will need to fit long edges together at 30 degrees from the floor before lowering it and locking it in place. The boards should then slide together into place. This is only the case for most brands so the manufacturer’s guidelines should always be considered.
  • If any last boards need to be cut lengthways, you can use another board to guide any markings needed before cutting.
  • Assuming these guidelines are followed and the manufacturer’s instructions are studied accordingly, there should be no issues with laying a laminate floor. 
  • If you need any more assistance with this you can call our team on 01 840 4458 or email us at hello@woodfloorstore.ie. 

Protection 

Laminate floors are commonly difficult to scratch and chip but that doesn’t mean they’re indestructible. To help avoid unwanted marks and chips we have some tips for you!

  • Use wood flooring felt pads on heavy furniture and chairs that will be used frequently. 
  • Check shoes, especially heels and football boots for any metal or hard materials that may damage your floor. 
  • Install door mats at entrances to help remove any dirt, stones, and moisture from the bottom of shoes.

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Product Details

Pergo invented the laminate floor 35 years ago. And with the introduction of Pergo Sensation, they are re-inventing it all over again because the new collection of laminate floors is nothing short of what the name suggests. Your eyes will notice the difference right away. Pergo Sensation floors do not look like any other laminate floor. Then try running your fingers across the floor boards and you’re in for a real surprise. The authentic, true-to-nature surface is made possible by an innovative technique that can reproduce deep grooves of wood to perfection. The natural look is enhanced by a brand new matt finish, that adds to the 'woodlike' feeling. The result really is a Pergo Sensation.

DIMENSIONS

Length1380 mm
Width190 mm
Height9 mm
m²/pack1.573 m²
Planks/pack6 planks
Number of grooves4-way bevel

TECHNICAL DATA

Usage classClass 33 - Fit for intensive domestic use
Installation methodClick installation
Click systemPerfectFold 3.0
Water resistant technologyAquasafe
Surface ProtectionTitanX
Floor HeatingCompatible with floor heating
ColorLight grey
Pattern1 strip
Wood speciesOak
Type of groovesGenuine bevel
Gloss levelSilk matt, SemiMattGroup
FAQ’s

How to take care of the floor?

We would recommend to clean this floor with a damp mop. No abrasive chemicals are recommended.

 

How much floor should i order to ensure i have enough?

For our straight plank floors, we would recommend adding on 5% to the area you are covering to account for waste.

 

Does this floor require an underlay?

Yes, all laminate flooring require underlay. We have a number of underlay available to suit any need.

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Maintenance

Protection 

Laminate floors are commonly difficult to scratch and chip but that doesn’t mean they’re indestructible. To help avoid unwanted marks and chips we have some tips for you!

  • Use wood flooring felt pads on heavy furniture and chairs that will be used frequently. 
  • Check shoes, especially heels and football boots for any metal or hard materials that may damage your floor. 
  • Install door mats at entrances to help remove any dirt, stones, and moisture from the bottom of shoes.

Protection 

Laminate floors are commonly difficult to scratch and chip but that doesn’t mean they’re indestructible. To help avoid unwanted marks and chips we have some tips for you!

Use wood flooring felt pads on heavy furniture and chairs that will be used frequently. 

Check shoes, especially heels and football boots for any metal or hard materials that may damage your floor. 

Install door mats at entrances to help remove any dirt, stones, and moisture from the bottom of shoes.

 

Cleaning 

It is important to clean your floor regularly with the correct products and care. 

For the initial clean, vacuum with a brush head attachment to remove any dirt, dust and debris. Then, we recommend using a damp mop and a floor cleaner that doesn’t contain bleach. 

Unless you have waterproof laminate flooring, spillages and leaks must be cleaned up immediately as laminate floors can become damaged by moisture. Ensure that it is completely dried up to avoid damage. 

Humidity in the room should be kept at a constant between 40-65%RH. 

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Sensation Modern Plank 4V

About The Brand

Pergo invented the laminate floor 35 years ago. And with the introduction of Pergo Sensation, they are re-inventing it all over again because the new collection of laminate floors is nothing short of what the name suggests. Your eyes will notice the difference right away. Pergo Sensation floors do not look like any other laminate floor. Then try running your fingers across the floor boards and you’re in for a real surprise. The authentic, true-to-nature surface is made possible by an innovative technique that can reproduce deep grooves of wood to perfection. The natural look is enhanced by a brand new matt finish, that adds to the 'woodlike' feeling. The result really is a Pergo Sensation.